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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1905)
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honor for hor fraternity If sho suc
ceeds In putting hor slstors In the of
flcos. Tho different societies she con
siders In tho samo subjective way, not
ns being worthy In themselves of her
energy and thought, but merely as be
ing a means of pushing forward a
member of her fraternity. At class and
other olectlons tho fraternity member
upholds hor candidates, oven though
another girl might bo far more capable
of filling the office..
Fraternities do not necessarily bring
together congenial students. Most of
tho candidates for a fraternity are
rushed In their froshman year and
know little or nothing of the personnel
of tho society they join beforo becom
ing a member of It. On tho other hand,
tho choice of a candidate for rushing Is
the rcaul of mere whim and caprice.
I have known girls to confess that the
groat majority of their fraternity sis
ters were distinctly uncongenial to
thorn, and they Joined tho fraternity
simply for tho sake of being in one.
Again, I havo known true and worthy
friendships to be broken up by tho fact
that one of several frionds Joined a
fratornlty, whoroas tho refit did not.
Yet again do I know of many casos
vrhero-students are, pre-ventod from as
sociating with such other students as
they would naturally bo intimato with
and whoso friendship would bo a source
of satisfaction and Joy to them, from
tho fact htat thoy belong to a fraternity
and that all their timo for social inter
course is dovoted to fraternity sisters.
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Some Conference Rules.
A copy of tho rules adopted and en
forced by the colleges of tho Big Nino
Conference has beetn received by Pro
fessor Chatburn. Tho following are
worthy of special mention aB being not
generally known to exlBt:
2. No person sliall be admitted to
any Inter-collegiate contest who re
ceives any gift, ronumoratlon or pay
for his services on tho college team.
9. College football teams shall play
only with teams representing educa
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resent the university in inter-collegiate
contests to subscribe to a statement
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